27.09.2017

Programme

Open Science Centre

@ Jyväskylä University Library, Seminaarinkatu 15

You know the museum. You know the library. But what happens, when these two unique forces unite? We took a chance and tried that. Open Science Centre, the coalition of the JYU Library and Museum, brings science close to you. Come and find out how good you are at information seeking and assessing. Which animal do you resemble as an information seeker? Or become an ecologist, spot and identify mammals caught in our trail camera photographs. We are also on a hunt for wikipedists to collect information about our beautiful Seminaarinmäki. At the Natural History Museum you will learn how to turn your garden or balcony nature-friendly. Our special exhibition tells you the multiphased story of the Finnish flag. In the library basement you will feel not only the presence of our rumored ghost but the gleam caused by the daunting and X-rated material from the past.

  • Seek! - game of cards for information seeking 10 am - 4 pm

Have a game of cards with a friend! Seek! is a card game for learning to use search terms, seek information, avoid plagiarism and critically evaluate sources. Delicious prizes for winners!

  • Information seekers as animals 10 am - 4 pm

What animal are you? Answer a single question and find out, what animal you are as an information seeker!

  • Test your knowledge! 10 am - 4 pm

Test your knowledge about copyrights, photographing and online publishing with online quizes provided by YLE and Kopiosto. Enter a price draw and win books!

  • Heads you win, tails you Moose 10 am - 6 pm

Could you be an ecologist and study mammal movements from trail camera photographs? Come try! You can explore and interact with data from a large Open Science trail camera project. How many moose, reindeer, wolverine or bear you can find? What time of day do they move? Which way? What happens when winter comes to the study area?

  • The story of the flag of Finland -exhibition 10 am - 6 pm

Why is the flag of Finland a Blue Cross Flag? The exhibition of Jyväskylä University Museum called The story of the flag of Finland shows different designs that were considered for the Finnish flag. There are also provincial coats of arms and other national symbols on display including animals and plants. The exhibition is part of Finland’s centenary year celebrations.

  • Wiki workshop on the cultural and natural history of Seminaarinmäki 2 pm - 6 pm @ room B232

You are welcome to compile and update information about the architecture and nature of Seminaarinmäki. This event is suitable for experienced wiki workshoppers as well as beginners.

  • The University Library X-files | no participants under 18 yrs old.  Only in Finnish! 5 pm & 6:30 pm @ tour starts from University Library lobby

Tonight the library's archive collection doors are open to the public. In guided tours, acquaint yourself with material that has attracted disapproval in the past (or now!), and has even been considered dangerous. On display, we have a wide range of dubious, hidden and incorrect publications related to, for example, sex life, eugenics, prohibitionary liquor law, war propaganda and all things naughty. The tours are X-rated and will be held in Finnish.

  • Urban ecology 11 am - 6 pm @ Natural History Museum of Central Finland, Vesilinna, 5 Ihantolantie

The face of our world is changing; as cities and towns grow a new field of research is opening up: Urban Ecology. Come discover how urban gardens can help meet our ever-growing food needs, how to make your garden or balcony nature-friendly, and learn about the researchers, in Finland and around the world, who are working on the complex ecology of the spaces we live in.

EU corner

@ Agora, 2 Mattilanniemi, 1 pm - 8 pm

At EU CORNER you will find information on European Union, EU’s research funding opportunities and you can get familiar with EU funded research projects and researchers.

Faculty of Mathematics and Science

Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

@ Ambiotica

  • Research Highlights 10 am - 12 pm

Staff for the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences will present the research highlights from the past year.

  • Evolution in action workshops 10 am - 12 pm for school groups, open to all from 8 pm - 8:30 pm

We will offer two workshops focusing on evolution. Both will be bookable by school groups. Each workshop will take 10-20 participants and last approximately 30 minutes. Each workshop will run 4 times during the course of the day, with the final session of each open to the public. Both workshops are suitable for ages 7 and up and can be run in both Finnish or English.

The first workshop will focus on Invasion Biology. This workshop will emphasize the importance of studying invasive species. Participants will investigate the behavior (feeding/food avoiding, reproduction) of an invasive insect on different food plants. During the observations, we will encourage participants to come up with different study questions/ hypotheses and ideas how to test them. This will introduce them to the concept of invasive species, their effects on native species and their importance both ecologically and economically. We will emphasis that certain evolutionary traits make for better invaders, and that understanding the evolution of invasive species is crucial for conservation efforts in a changing world.

The second will focus on the evolution of aposematism and warning signals. Participants will be introduced to the concept of warning signals through an interactive game in which they can “forage” for sweets in a population of both cryptic and conspicuous “prey”. By changing the proportion of “unprofitable prey”, i.e. those containing rocks rather than sweets, as well as the availability of social information from watching other participants, participants can see firsthand how the survival of different prey changes. The workshop will be structured around hypothesis testing and will teach students about experimental design. Under the supervision of instructors older participants will also have the opportunity alter aspects of the game in order to test their own questions.

  • Pokémon evolution 6 pm - 11 pm

We all know pokémon “evolve” but did you know pokémon are based on real species? Using the latest taxonomic methods researchers from the USA and Japan have created a fully phylogeny of pokémon evolution. Come see which came first, ground pokémon or grass pokémon. Children can use their knowledge of pokémon to create their own trees, and learn about how scientists classify and study real species. They can also come face-to-face with some of the living animals that inspired their favorite monsters. If that is not enough we will be attaching lure modules to the pokéstops in the biology department to attract as many wild pokémon as possible for further study.

  • Science fair 2 pm - 4 pm & 6 pm - 11 pm

Come learn about the research being done in the University of Jyväskylä Biology department from the researchers themselves!

Department of Chemistry

@ Ambiotica, YAA303

  • Unconventional Chemistry, Demonstration lecture (In English) 5 pm - 5:45 pm

What's chemistry anyway? This and many other questions will be answered through striking demonstration experiments. Pops, bangs, whizzes and the rest! The lecture is held in English.

Department of Physics

@ Physics Department YFL & the Accelerator laboratory

Physics department and the Accelerator laboratory offers a unique environment to do research and study physics. The Accelerator laboratory is one of its kind in Finland. It hosts the largest particle accelerator, and also the largest infrastructure for nuclear physics studies in Finland. You can find there also the radiation test facility, RADEF, that is one of the three European facilities supported by the European Space Agency. In addition to nuclear physics studies, researchers in the Department of Physics study cosmology, particle physics, and material physics.

  • The Accelerator laboratory is open for school groups 10 am - 1 pm

For school groups only. Preregistration required.

  • Open house 4 pm - 12 am

Both the Department of Physics and the Accelerator Laboratory are open for public. During the evening, you will be able to see the research equipment and meet the researchers using them. See and hear, how nuclear theory can be related to experiments. How to study the nucleus of an atom, both experimentally and theoretically? How this is related to the origin of the universe? The effects of space radiation on electronic devices and materials will be demonstrated, as well as the techniques used to reveal counterfeit art. Imaging done in 3D shows incredible details of structures in micro- and nanometer scales. The most prevalent state of visible matter, plasma, and its features will be presented and explained.

  • Space Truck starting from 4 pm, @ next to hotel Alba

The Space Truck & Finnish space technology will be introduced. Hear the latest news about Finnish space endeavour. Satellite mock-ups and much more.

  • CERN interactive live stream 6:45 pm - 8 pm

Lecture hall FYS1

The CERN interactive live stream will be provided. Come and learn how large scale experiments are done. You have the chance to communicate directly with the researchers at CERN, Switzerland. The event start with a 15-minute introduction on the Finnish participation in the high energy experiments at CERN. The live stream will start at 7:00pm.

  • After black holes collided… 8 pm - 9 pm

Lecture hall FYS1

Public talk on After black holes collided will be given by professor Kimmo Kainulainen. (Duration about 45 mins.)

  • Remote observing with Hankasalmi observatory 8 pm - 11 pm @ Ylistö

Live demonstration of remote observation with the robotic telescope of Hankasalmi observatory. If the weather is not clear we will look observations what have been done with this telescope.

  • Open house at Rihlaperä observatory 8 pm - 12 am

See various astronomical objects with your own eyes through large telescopes. If the weather is not good for observing then it is possible to ask about astronomy as a hobby and meet local amateur astronomers. Rihlaperä observatory is located in Kypärämäki, close to the hospital. Map to observatory.

  • Science, Research, Story 8 pm - 10 pm @ Ylistö cafeteria

Livestream from the Finnish Physical Society's 70th Anniversary "Science, Research, Story" 20 images x 20 seconds. Powered by Pecha Kucha. Speakers include e.g. Kari Enqvist, Hanna Vehkamäki and Syksy Räsänen. The talks will be in Finnish.

Nanoscience center

@ Nanotiedekeskus (Nanoscience Center) NSC, Ylistö campus, Survontie 9

Many times Nanoscience is felt as something too small to see and too complicated to understand - or even something a bit scary. To dispel this impression, people can now see and experience the phenomena in nanoscience by they own eyes and even try the methods used in nanoscience via macroscopic models.

In Nanoscience center you can experience the phenomena in nanoscience via demonstrations and explore the equipment used to do the research on tours to the top research facilities of the Nanoscience Center. The demonstrations and tours will be guided by the Researchers of the Center who will also gladly answer to any of your questions - related to nanoscience or research or just the life of a researcher. Specially developed teaching-models of nanoscience, which are simplified and macroscopic versions of the real lab devices to clarify the principles, are used in the demonstrations. Some methods are even possibly to try yourselves.

  • Nanoscience Center is open for school groups 10 am - 3 pm

For school groups only. Preregistration required.

  • Open house 4 pm - 12 am
    • Demonstrations about phenomena in nanoscale, e.g., Fabrication and properties of nanoparticles, fluorescence of molecules, temperatures close to absolute zero, biological nanocreatures, viruses as nanomachines, etc.
    • Possibility to see the novel equipment used to carry out the research in nanoscale in action. Researchers operating the devices will tell you their operating principles and answer to your questions. Learn how to feel the surface in the precision of atoms, how the electron microscope and fabrication in nanoscale work, how to freeze almost all the movement of atoms, how to use ultrafast lasers in nanoscale research, etc.
    • Some of the research methods you can try yourself via macroscopic models.
  • Activities also for younger children (LUMA-KS) 4 pm - 7 pm
  • Drama workshop: How to understand a scientist? 6 pm - 7 pm
    • Phycisists, chemists and biologists together with people from Language and Communication Department use drama methods to provide insights into the work and thinking of natural scientists. The workshop is conducted by the participants in THEATRE - Theatre as a Tool to Recovery project funded by the Academy of Finland and based at the Department of Language and Communication Studies.

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Department of Music, Art and Culture Studies

  • Kids inspiring kids in STEAM 9:30 am - 11 am @ Seminaarinmäki, Seminarium (S), Old festival room

Kids, who have participated in the international “KIDS INSPIRING KIDS IN STEAM (KIKS)” Erasmus+ program, running in 5 schools in the Jyväskylä-region, invite other kids and their teachers from other schools to try and experience various wonders of STEAM (a.k.a. Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). We will build robots from cardboard, code with BBC micro:bit, make colorful shadows, create fractals and build a huge “creativity condensator” from 4Dframe. All workshops will be run by kids for kids and creators of the most successful STEam -projects will be honored with valuable prizes.

  • Music Research @ Seminaarinmäki, Musica (M)

We will have interesting and fun presentations that show some of the research being done at this department. People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. Programme is held in both English and Finnish.

  • Musica building open for school groups 9 am - 12 pm
  • My musical instrument is a 100-year-old Finnish building 9 am - 10 pm

“My musical instrument is a 100-year-old Finnish building” is a interactive installation in which people can play the Musica building, and it sounds like 100 years of Finland. Visitors are welcome to try it.

  • TOÛA TOÛA 9 am - 10 pm

TOÛA TOÛA is an audiovisual installation that explore the expression of emotions, existentialism and the human body.

  • "Playing with Synchrony" 9 am - 12 pm

“Playing with Synchrony” plays music according to how synchronised two people move. Visitors are welcome to try it. 

  • Music technology 4 pm & 6 pm

The Music Glove and The music Mat: Demonstration of tactile technologies for music making 

  • Music therapy for cancer patients 4:30 pm & 6:30 pm

A short talk about music therapy for clients diagnosed with cancer. The talk is in English.

Section for Romance and Classical Languages

@ Jyväskylä University Library (B), Seminaarinkatu 15

  • Books! Books! 4 pm - 6 pm @ B232

Come and discover book history!  See incunables presented by Jyväskylä university book historians!

Finnish Language

@Ruusupuisto, Alvar Aallon katu 9

Come and attend topical lectures on Finnish, plan your language with the help of experts and find answers to language problems that puzzle you.

The first professorship in Finnish was established in 1936 and the Department of Finnish started in 1937 and Finnish is one of the oldest subjects in the University of Jyväskylä. We celebrate its age of 80 and present the research of the subject throughout its history.

The topics of the lectures resonate with many Finns. The presentations deal with youth literacy, professional language skills and older people’s experiences of Finnish and Finland. We also discuss the learning of Finnish, the change of Finnish and the ways of using Finnish in social media.

In addition to lectures you’ll be able to study language and language use yourself. You can ask language experts for advice and explore Finnish dictionaries and corpus. Experts will be on duty in the language corner 12 pm - 6 pm.

  • Lectures (each one approximately 30 mins) 12 pm - 3 pm

Why is Finnish such an easy language? How has spoken Finnish changed and developed in recent years? How does the language use in internet and social media affect spoken Finnish used by the youth? How do memes create sense of community and affinity? How does the police interrogate suspects? How do we use language and represent the reality in internet forums?

  • Visits for school groups

Visits for school groups in the daytime  – please contact us and arrange an appointment in advance

  • More lectures (each one approximately 30 mins) 5 pm - 8 pm

Examining the results of PISA 2015; Older people’s experiences of Finnish and Finland; Language learning at work; Religious language use and discourse at workplace; The importance of positive feedback for a writer; The rating of essays in matriculation examination

  • Language corner 12 pm - 6 pm

Come and meet experts of Finnish and discuss language issues and ask for an advice.

Memories and Experiences of Psychiatric Hospitals

(Kone Foundation 2017-2020) @ Ruusupuisto, Alvar Aallon katu 9, 2 pm - 5 pm

Psychiatric hospitals and asylums are part of the cultural history of Finland. They have been interwoven with the lives of Finnish people in many ways.  

Our multi-disciplinary research group investigates memories of psychiatric hospitals written by patients, relatives, personnel and their children. The texts cover phases of psychiatric care from the 1930s to the 21st century and contain painful and repressed as well as positive memories.

In the Researchers’ Night we present extracts from these memories and pictures from psychiatric hospitals. We also gather new memories. You are warmly welcome to come and share your own.

The presentations will be in Finnish. Memories can also be shared in English.

IT-Faculty

@ Agora, 4 pm - 10 pm (10 am - 2 pm for school groups only)

  • Making sense of experience - Discovering the origins of experience

How do people’s experiences originate? In this workshop you will get to try out and experience amazing things that researchers have so far discovered. Come and test the different ways that you can express your sensory experiences. How can we know, and in what ways do other people experience things? How does language influence experience? What is experience really, and what things influence it? Come and find out!

  • Hacking smart home devices -workshop

Internet of Things is the inter-networking of all kinds of devices, e.g. TVs, coffee makers and heart rate monitors. Network-connected IoT devices are usually controlled through a browser or a mobile app. As IoT-devices are basically just small computers, they are vulnerable in the same way that traditional network-connected computers are. And even more so, as their security is often neglected. Come hear and see how IoT devices can be hacked, what they can be used for after that, and how this affects users’ privacy and security - even health.

  • What it is like to make a VR game?

In this demo students showcase virtual reality games that they have created in their studies. The games run on Oculus Rift or HTC Vive goggles. Students also tell about studying in the IT faculty, about making VR games, and working in the games / tech industry.

  • Can someone you don’t even know control your car?

Come and see a demonstration how someone can affect different functions in a car.

  • You can also check out ICT-forum in Ag C231 at 2:15 pm!

JSBE

@ Agora, 4 pm - 8 pm

  • Work well-being bingo (only in Finnish) at 4 pm, 4:30 pm, 5 pm & 5:30 pm
  • Digijohtajaksi!  at 4 pm - 8 pm

The aim of "Digijohtajaksi!" (ESR) project is to strengthen digital skills among small- and medium-sized companies in Central Finland and encourage them to seek new business opportunities.  The project is executed by Jyväskylä Educational Consortium, the Federation of Finnish Enterprises (Central Finland), JAMK University of Applied Sciences, and University of Jyväskylä.

  • Black box

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Centre for Interdisciplinary Brain Research - What goes on in our brain during the night?

@ Kärki building, Mattilanniemi 6

One of the big mysteries of the brain is what goes on there during the night. Come see and hear what brain research has to tell about sleep and dreams. Other hot topics in brain research will also be covered, including, but not limited to exercise and the brain, learning and memory. You are also welcome to visit the MEG lab. Opening remarks at 6 pm.

  • Ongoing activities 6:15 pm - 9 pm

Multimedia show(s), posters, “meet the brain scientist” -corner and a Brain Quiz!

  • Science slam 7 pm - 7:15 pm

Short talks by PhD students.

  • Visit the brain lab 7:15 pm - 8 pm

Visitors are welcomed to the MEG-brain lab.

Centre for research on learning and teaching & Multicultural study programme in education

@ Ruusupuisto, Alvar Aallon katu 9

Learning and teaching belongs to the core fields of University of Jyväskylä. Emergent Centre for Research on Learning and Teaching (CLT) gathers scientists from Departments of Education, Teacher Education and Psychology as well as from Jyväskylä Centre for interdisciplinary Brain Research. Focal themes comprise neural processes in learning, interaction, learning, learning difficulties, motivation, and learning technology. By Multidisciplinary collaboration we attempt to formulate more accurate knowledge of the processes of learning and teaching.

Faculty of Education and Psychology offers two international Master’s Degree Programmes in the field of education. The programmes comprise courses from all three departments. The aims of the programmes are to prepare highly competent educators and to enhance the quality of education in the diversifying contexts of a globalized world. The students come from different corners of the world bringing their expertise, (and understanding of learning) to the programmes and to the Faculty.

In Research Night we have versatile programme from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. All events except school visits take place in Ruusupuisto building.

  • The story adventure invites day care groups, preschoolers and first graders! 9 am - 1 pm

(Only in Finnish.)

  • Classrooms around the globe! 9 am - 3 pm. Please note! School visit

Come for an opportunity to talk with peers around the globe! Our international master students come to schools and Skype with your classroom and European or Asian classroom. The event is directed to 4 to 9 graders, as well as high school students. Opportunity to use Skype in your classroom is required. Please, register in advance.

  • Meet the researchers of Centre for Research on Learning and Teaching! 4 pm - 8 pm

Why interaction is important in learning situations? How does the technology change the interaction? Why some learn effortlessly while others struggle? What is the role of motivation in learning?

  • Around the world 5 pm - 8 pm

Come and discuss with international students and try different activities with them. Experience Korean Origami & game, Spijkerpoepen – Dutch game, Kala – Indian art, Guess where in North America! The activities go with all ages from children to adults.

  • Eyes in motion in learning and teaching situations 5 pm - 8 pm

How do you find correct information from search results? Does learning difficulties or attention problems change the situations? How does a teacher observe his or her classroom? Do some students get more attention than others? Eye-movement research provides ever more accurate information of the processes of learning and teaching. In Researchers’ Night, visitors can try eye-movement classes and computers recording eye movement and hear latest research results.

Language Campus

@ Ruusupuisto, Alvar Aallon katu 9

We at Jyväskylä Language Campus love languages. We also like asking questions (and finding answers) about languages and language use, including language learning, teaching, and assessment, language use at work and in everyday life, and what it all means in our increasingly multilingual, multicultural, digital society. What to know more about us and what we do? Come join us at Ruusupuisto. You can also find more information here: http://kielikampus.jyu.fi/choose-language/in-english/

  • Crack the Language Code! for school groups 10 am - 12 pm

We invite elementary school pupils (1–4th graders) to our workshop Crack the Language Code! with action-based language fun. Pre-registration is needed. The program is in Finnish.

  • Language Campus Café 5 pm - 9 pm

Our Language Campus Café is open to all who want to explore life and its phenomena with applied linguists’ eyes. The program is multilingual so you can learn about languages and linguistic research, and practice different languages at the same time! We invite you to enjoy a coffee or tea with Language Campus researchers! You can make visible the languages you speak on our Graffiti Wall and send pictures and comments to our Twitter Wall about the languages you use in your everyday life or encounter during Researchers’ Night. You can participate in a Funny Language Quiz and win Language Campus gifts!

Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences

@ Seminaarinmäki, Liikunta-rakennus (L), Keskussairaalantie 4

Take an active approach to learning. In our Faculty you will be able to use your body and we will show you how it works. Take a peek inside your body using our scientific measurement devices and also test your performance with our physical function tests. Our presentations span the brain to muscle in order to understand how and why humans move. Bring sports clothes and an adventurous spirit with you!

If you’re looking for a less active evening, but are interested to learn about e.g. Sports culture/history in Finland or how best to maintain physical and mental capacity when growing old, then drop by our lecture halls to hear our latest discoveries!

(Note: Lectures are in Finnish, but all other demos and info also provided in English)

  • Lectures 5 pm - 10 pm, @ L302 & L304

Short lectures. Note! The lectures are only in Finnish. Detailed Finnish programme here.

  • Testing market  4 pm - 10 pm @ 1st floor lobby and 2nd floor lobby area

Multiple measurements where the results of the RN audience will be compared with various results from e.g. peers of similar age, athletes of several ages, (local) celebrities, animals etc.

  • Move!-demonstrations  5 pm - 10 pm @ Voimistelusali (VS)

The demostration is organised by LIKES and Sport Pedagogy.

  • Ultrasound demonstrations  4 pm - 10 pm @ L209

A peek into the body: movement inside muscles.

Central Finland LUMA Centre (LUMA-KS) 

  • What is science? LUMA -activities for younger children 9 am - 10 am & 10 am - 11 am @ Fysiikan laitos (YFL), Ylistö campus, Survontie 9

The activity in targeted towards children 4-6 years of age. Preregistration needed.

What does the world look like through the microscope? What a strange thing is a Möbius strip? What makes your hair bristle? Welcome to explore natural sciences and maths, to experience the joy of insight and to get some nice science experiences!

  • CSI -investigation for students and families 10 am - 3 pm (school groups) & 5 pm - 7 pm (families) @ Chemistry Department (YK), Survontie 9 

Targeted for 4.-9th graders (younger children only with an adult). Crime scene investigations by using chemist’s techniques. We can take about 20 students/participants at a time. The activity last about 60 minutes. Preregistration required.

There has been a horrible crime in the Chemistry Department: someone has broken into the facility’s research laboratory!  The confidential data is stolen. We need your help to investigate the leads and to catch the guilty!

SIMHE guidance & counselling service: Support and information for migrants interested in higher education in Finland

@ Ruusupuisto, Alvar Aallon katu 9

This activity is targeted towards all migrants and international students interested in educational guidance and history of Finnish higher education. SIMHE – Supporting Immigrants in Higher Education in Finland offers demonstrations of study support online services, a look to the history of education and group and peer counselling according to visitors’ needs.

Come and hear about history of Finnish higher education from past 100 years (1 pm & 6:30 pm). We also offer demonstrations of Studyinfo.fi and OLS (Linguistic Support) webportals as tools for planning educational paths in Finland and online language learning (2 pm -3:30 pm). Group and peer counselling is available according to visitor’s needs (5 pm-6:30 pm) - come and meet also JYU’s students from international master’s programmes!

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd: Technology for business

@ Agora, Mattilanniemi 2,  2 pm - 8 pm

Note! We have Open doors at VTT (Koivurannantie 1, Jyväskylä) on Saturday 30th of September at 12–15 o’clock. You’ll have unique opportunity to see our pilot machines and laboratories. Make your own sheet of paper and hear the latest news about solar energy!

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd is the leading research and technology company in the Nordic countries. We use our research and knowledge to provide expert services for our domestic and international customers and partners, and for both private and public sectors. We make technology for business – for the benefits of people.

What new we can do from wood fibres? What kind of renewable energy solutions and fuels we are developing? How to purify mine waters? Come and meet our researchers and ask more!

Flash of Light’n’inspiration

@ Jyväskylä art museum, Kauppakatu 23

Checkpoint Leonardo Network, Department of Teacher Education, Department of Physics and Jyväskylä Art Museum come together to organize an event. Sciences and visual arts merge together in connection with the “One Hundred Years, A Thousand Meanings” -exhibition at the Art Museum. Interpretations by scientists and researchers are presented alongside the artwork. People of all ages can attend workshops to produce and study works of art using methods from the sciences. No preliminary knowledge is needed to take part in the workshops.

  • School groups 11 am - 4 pm

Preregistration required.

  • Exhibition & workshops 11 am - 9 pm

Come and enjoy the exhibition and take part in workshops. Open for public.

Ilo­ki­vi af­ter par­ty

@ Ilokivi, Keskussairaalantie 2

Welcome to Researchers' (late)night! Informal afterparty at Ilokivi will start at 9 pm.

at 11 pm Duo Lerbo Jansson

at 12 am Whipping Post